Introduction: 10 Simple Lifehacks With WD-40

Step 1: Light a Fire in a Rain or Any Wet Contitions

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WD-40 is very flammable. you can youse it as a fire starter.

Step 2: Remove Grease or Wax From Any Surface

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You can use WD-40 to remove your kids crayon drawings from any surface, it's very easy

Step 3: Get a Pice of Gum Off the Carpet

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If you step on a gum on your favourite carpet, no problem. You can separate it from the carpet with some WD-40. Same method works if the gum stuck in your hair.

Step 4: Remove Stains

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WD-40 is a good stain remover. If you spill some ketchup on your carpet. No problem. Soak the stain for 5 minutes with wd-40 and the stain will be easy to remove.

Step 5: Cut Through Stuff Easily

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lublicate your scissors and they will easily cut trough tough stuff

Step 6: Clean and Waterproof Your Leather Shoes

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Step 7: Clean Stainless Steel Apliences

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Step 8: Remove Stuck Dirt, Rust or Glue

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Clean up your stove from those dry and hard to remove spills.

Step 9: Got a Tight Zipper

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Lubricate your metal zippers for a smooth motion

Step 10: Remove Stikers

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Comments

Lucas8000 (author)2017-04-18

Really good lifehacks! Thanks a lot :)

theatre_tech_guru (author)2017-03-05

On step 10 stickers is spelled wrong.

g8aso (author)theatre_tech_guru2017-04-04

SPELT

RumblePirate (author)2017-04-03

• removes : Rust / Goo / plant sap / paint rub off on cars
• lubricator alternative for fine machine oils
•force dirt out of those tight corners crevices

gilbequick (author)2017-03-30

Some good tips there, be careful spraying them on fabrics like your shoes..... Unless you don't mind smelling like wd-40 everywhere you go.

RumblePirate (author)gilbequick2017-04-03

my thought as well

SteelLegJ (author)2017-03-30

nice I would not have thought of the carpet ones working

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